Updated on January 22nd 2015 by Kevin Holland

What do we do?

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What we do is simple - we provide IT support and advice. Whether you are small business, a large enterprise or a Home User we can help you make the most of your technology.

With over 20 years of providing IT support Holland Computer Services has experienced a variety of technologies and solutions and has worked with a wide range of business types; from the 2000+ user international corporation to the 100 user manufacturing company, from the 10 user office to the sole trader running their business from home.

We haven't seen it all yet, but we've seen a lot of it. We love working with technology and showing how it can be a help and not a hindrance; something to enjoy and not to be scared of; something to make you more effective, not to slow you down.

You may have a specific problem or project in mind, or might want to know how you can more efficiently utilise your existing technology investment. You might just want to catch up with what's new. We can work with you to identify areas in which your business could benefit from changes to your current IT Infrastructure.

Call us on 01986 873435 or email us at contact@hollandcs.co.uk and see how we can help you enjoy IT.

Recent News

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    [Jan 22 2015] Microsoft have announced that Windows 10 will be a free upgrade for users running Windows 7, Windows 8.1 and Windows Phone 8.1. The announcement was made at the Windows 10 Consumner Preview event held at Redmond on January 21st.

  • 2nd successful wireless bridge

    [Aug. 2014] HollandCS has linked four buildings at animal bedding manufacturer Robin Foster-Clarke in Middleton. This is the infrastructure to support a future heavy plant monitoring CCTV project. This will make sure that any machine breakdown is swiftly noticed, ensuring maximum manufacturing uptime.

  • Windows XP End of Support

    [Apr. 08 2014] 12-ish years after release Microsoft has finally ended support for Windows XP. Although Windows XP will continue to work it will no longer receive patches to fix any future vulnerabilities. If you're still running a computer with Windows there are some things you should think about...